|Chandler will work closely with systems integrators and consultants providing a vital resource throughout the region|
Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, is happy to introduce Christopher Chandler as the company's newest Regional Manager for the North Central Region of the United States.
In this role, Chandler will work closely with systems integrators and consultants providing a vital resource throughout the region, ensuring they receive the same high-quality service and innovation they've come to expect from Biamp. Chandler's region includes North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northern Illinois and Ontario, Canada.
"Christopher isn't just the best man to be our North Central Regional Manager, he's a trailblazer when it comes to audio, visual and production innovation," said Bruce Stimpson, Regional Director, North America for Biamp Systems. "This is his area of expertise and it's exactly what we need to round out our team. Chris is going to do amazing things for our customers and the professional AV industry."
Immediately prior to joining the Biamp team, Chandler was the Senior Consultant and AV Lead of the Dallas, TX office of Shen Milsom & Wilke. His duties there included sales and marketing for current and prospective vertical market sectors, project management for AV, and acoustical projects as well as designing technology systems and acoustical remediation for various types of commercial use. Before his tenure at SM&W, Chandler was the Vertical Market Manager at Harman Music Group where he assisted national sales, managed key clients, assisted with product development, and revised the Harman Signal Processing training curriculum. He also served as an AV consultant with PMK Consultants where he designed commercial audio, visual and production equipment.
"For anyone in the AV industry, working at Biamp is a dream come true," said Chandler. "This is the place to be if you want to work with the most knowledgeable professionals and cutting edge innovation in the industry. I'm excited about what the future holds."